Promised Land, They Love Each Other, Mexicali Blues, Tennessee Jed, Looks Like Rain, Bird Song, Cumberland Blues, Row Jimmy, Jack Straw, Deal, Beat It On Down The Line, Black Peter, Playin' In The Band
Greatest Story Ever Told, Ramble On Rose, El Paso, Dark Star-> Eyes Of The World-> Stella Blue, Sugar Magnolia, E: One More Saturday Night
February 8, 2015 Subject:
The "eyes" have it!
A British joke. The Eyes>Stella is very good. A great clear and clean recording. Recently I've been listening to a whole lot of the 1973 shows, and these summer shows have some really glorious stuff. Just been listening to this and the Seattle show from 4 nights previously-another show that just grows, especially in the TOO space. Only 4 starts, cos otherwise we would have to have a new way of marking shows like 15/2/73;26/2/73;28/2/73;10/6/73 and virtually the whole Fall tour! Thanks to all the wonderful Deadheads, past,present and those yet to come for the joy and happiness you bring to the World.
January 22, 2015 Subject:
Easy on the ears remaster of a good but not epic show
The tape sounds very nice with a good stereo image and good instrument presence. Phil is nice and warm.
The show is cleanly played and has good energy but there's nothing stunning or spectacular for the year. The Eyes > Stella is great, and I mean the Eyes is really really great with a flowing outro jam after the composed parts of Eyes. The middle of set 1 is nice and a rare one-drummer Black Peter is a very fine highlight (played about 4 or 5 times a year in '72-'74). T Bird Song, Playin' and Dark Star all strike me as a bit typical for the era. They're good and feature nice jazzy interplay but they're not really unique in either energy or content.
Based on comparison with the AUD very little is missing in the dropout at the end of the Dark Star track, just a bit of cooloff from the Tiger meltdown segment.
I don't mean to downplay this show, as average for 1973 is really great! And to my ear this performance doesn't have serious lulls or major flaws either. Even somewhat generic versions Dark Star, Bird Song and Playin' from '73 are worth your time when the tape is good, there's really nothing bad and the Black Peter is a treat. And the extended Eyes jam is choice; that is the unique segment that serious fans of the era will want to check out.
April 28, 2014 Subject:
nice work on the remaster
This a really nice upgrade to a typically upbeat, fun show from a great tour. Thanks for uploading!